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The Cultural Resource Management concentration focuses study and research efforts on the management and preservation of prehistoric and historic cultural sites. Emphasis is on methods and the development and implementation of research designs to support the maintenance of valuable cultural resources.

 

Cultural Resource Management Concentration (43-44 credits)

Students selecting the Cultural Resource Management Concentration will complete ANTH 451 Cultural Ecology and ES/GEOG 451 Intro to Geographic Information Systems within the Environmental Studies core.

Core courses cannot be used to meet upper division elective requirements within this concentration.

Cultural Resource Management Core (16 credits)

  • ANTH 211 Intro to Archaeology (4)
  • ANTH 370 Archeology Research Methods (4)
  • ANTH 462 Cultural Resource Management (4)
  • ES/GEOG 481 Geomorphology (4)

Upper Division Electives

Upper Division Natural Science: Select three of the following (11-12 credits)

  • BI 340 Intro Ecology (4)
  • ES/GEOG 433 Soil Science (4)
  • BI 386 Forest Ecology& Management (3)
  • G 360 Environmental Geology (4)
  • ES 327 Energy and Climate Change (4)
  • ES 480 Fire Ecology (4)
  • ES/GEOG 451 Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (4)

Upper Division Social Science: Select three of the following (12 credits)

  • ES 351 Environmental Policy (4)
  • ANTH 334 Native North America (4)
  • SOC 350 People and Forests (4)
  • ES 421 Ecological Economics & Sustainable Development (4)
  • ES/GEOG 437 Conservation in the U.S. (4)
  • ES/GEOG 439 Land Use Planning (4)

Internship/Practicum (4 credits)

  • ES 409 Practicum (4)
  • ES 496 Internship (4)

ES Faculty Advisor(s) - Cultural Resource Management Concentration

Dr. Mark Tveskov